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Size 16 dresses and tops - EXCHANGE or BUY


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Not all of us can afford new clothes this season. So, I am picking out some of my favourite dresses and tops (all in fabulous condition, mostly formal/semi-formal wear) with the hope someone will love them as much as I have, and will be happy to exchange with their own very best collection?

No worn out or ragged clothes...!!

Dresses are all 16

Tops are either 14 or 16

If an exchange doesn?t work out, would consider selling for a reasonable price (tops ?4 and dresses ?7).

Attaching a few photos from my collection but there?s more :)

Let?s dooo thisssss - tea, biscuits and crisps will be on me. Covid-19 restrictions will be followed so please bring hangers to help showcase the dresses so we have minimum handling. Can meet in the park by Goose Green, otherwise post-code is SE228DT.

Can?t wait to see you!

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